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Reichian Character Structures & Developmental Trauma ~ Breathwork Webinar

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Wilhelm Reich is considered the Western originator of the science of Body Mind Psychotherapy. Reich explored how the early patterns of relating and attaching to others, if problematic, interrupted, or subject to trauma, can get “wired” into the brain and the body. These patterns form imprints in a person's posture, body shape and muscular development, and with it emotional and mental defences or adaptations towards life. This is what Reich called Characterology. This breathwork webinar is for anyone wanting an understanding of the formation of the 5 basic body types from the perspective of developmental trauma. There will be additional information provided on how to integrate that knowledge into working with people from a non-pathologizing character type perspective.

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You’re invited to join us by phone or watch & listen over the internet — on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. We meet on July 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2017 for a total of 4 sessions. The webinars are meant to be attended live. A recording will be sent to all registrants as well.

This webinar is taught in 4 parts, 90 min. each, 6 hours in total:

July 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2017, 1-2:30pm EST/ 6-7:30pm CET each time

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The contributions of Reich, Alexander Lowen, and modern somatic psychology to the development of the Character Structure model

Schizoid structure

Oral structure

Psychopathic structure

Masochistic structure

Rigid structure

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